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How to Avoid ACCME Progress Reports and Probation

Here are the steps continuing medical education providers can take now to avoid ending up on the Accreditation Council for CME's noncompliance list.

By Susan C. O’Brien and Steven M. Passin, FACEHP, CHCP

A number of Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education–accredited providers continue to be surprised and dismayed when the result of their self-study for reaccreditation indicates a progress report is due, or worse, that they have been placed on probation due to

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